On Monday, June 22, 2020, at PRISMA Health Richland hospital, God peacefully returned unto him, his faithful servant Annette Youngblood. Annette, affectionately called Nette/Auntie Net, was born on June 11, 1958, in Columbia, South Carolina to her mother Estelle Youngblood Bouttry and her father, the late Jessie Lee Bouttry, Sr.
Annette was formally educated in the public schools of Richland County where she attended Lyon Street Elementary and Fairwold Middle before graduating from Eau Claire High. In furthering her education, she attended South Carolina State College.
At the early age of 15, Annette was baptized and received the Holy Ghost. She was a member of Rehoboth United Church. She worked diligently in the church serving as a kingdom women, ordained minister, and prayer warrior. She was a past choir member, art teacher as well as participated with vacation bible school.
Her 27 years of work history included working at Palmetto Health Richland in Transportation and she also worked as an EKG Technician. While working for Palmetto Senior Care, she served as the Activity Therapist.
As life would have it, Annette had numerous hobbies and interests. She was a woman of many talents which included being a cook, seamstress, computer wizard, singer, and worshipper. She also could be found preaching, teaching, and making arts and crafts.
Annette leaves to cherish her precious memories, a son, Larinell Keishawn Youngblood; grandchild, Jasiel Larinell Youngblood; mother, Estelle Youngblood Bouttry; brother, Eric (Janet) Bouttry and Jessie (Leletia) Bouttry, all from Columbia, SC; sisters, Brenda Bouttry and Loretta Bouttry both of Columbia, SC and Roxanne (Rodney) Pumphrey of Arkansas; ten nieces and nephews; ten great-nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends who will miss her dearly. Preceding Annette in death was her father Jessie Lee Bouttry, Sr. and her brother Elder Lewis H. Bouttry.
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